We're talking made-to-order chocolate and vanilla soufflés, home-smoked ribs and chefs who've worked in top restaurants.
Caesars Palace's revamped $17 million buffet, tentatively set to open in Las Vegas Sept. 10, is billed as the Strip's biggest, with 524 menu items. Caesars researched other Vegas buffets and says it will dish up more dishes. Don't expect troughs of reheated eats: Executive chef Scott Green says 80%-90% of the food will be made at buffet stations in front of the customer.
And you still will have problems deciding what to eat